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Arizona Immigration law SB1070 Americans and Immigrants Collide.  The Arizona Immigration law that was recently passed has Americans and Immigrants colliding over whether or not the bill is necessary.  The law makes it a crime to live in or travel through the state of Arizona if you are an undocumented alien.

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The rallies share the date of May 1 with International Workers Day, a recognition of the four anarchist union leaders executed in Chicago in 1886 during the fight for the eight-hour workday. DC-based journalist Carlos Quiroz, who runs the Carlos in DC and Peruanista blogs, explained the connection.

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SB 1070 International Workers May Day 2010 - Since 2006, immigration reform activists in the United States have joined together on May Day, International Workers' Day, to demand recognition for the nation's more than 10 million undocumented immigrants. This year the events took on even greater urgency in response to a series of laws passed in Arizona that have set a new standard for the targeting of immigrant communities.